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5 Movies You Should Include in Your Bucket List

Watching movies is a fun way to relax and unwind. It is a good idea to spend quality time with your family and friends by watching movies or spend some time alone with a cup of coffee or a bowl of popcorn. Many movie streaming services are also available online that gives you access to a lot of movie titles. With so many movie titles to choose from, choosing which movie to watch alone or with everyone can be a bit hard.

To help you with that, here are five movies that you can watch now which you should include in your “must-watch” bucket list.

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Based on the life and journey of the band Queen and their lead, Freddie Mercury, this movie is a glimpse of the life in the 70s and 80s and how the band had gone through a lot of successes and failures, especially with the band’s relationship with one another. A classic musical piece, the well-loved songs from Queen were featured, and the history behind the songs was put to life. Recently, this movie had received the Best Picture at the 91st Academy Awards and the lead actor, Rami Malek, as the Best Actor.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

If you ever wonder how the people back then imagined the third millennium, this movie will surely give you shocks, laughs, and amazed looks. One of the notable sci-fi movies back then, this movie had portrayed how they perceived technology and their foresight of the future. The movie also explored the possibility of extraterrestrial life as well. If you are into sci-fi thrillers, this movie is a sure hit for you.

La La Land (2016)

A movie about despair and hope, two people found each other in the most unexpected circumstances which eventually lead them to their individual dreams. However, an untold love story has sparked between the two of them as they helped each other reach the top.

Although they got their dream life, they have led separate lives until they have stumbled onto each other again, this time witnessing the success they have built for each other back then. If you need a boost of self-esteem and belief in oneself that you can do everything to reach the top, add this movie on your bucket list now.

The Breakfast Club (1985)

This movie from the ’80s isn’t just applicable in their time. The most impressive thing about this movie is that its message transcends through generations. A story of five teenagers in detention discovered their very own potentials for the first time despite the social norms they have held on to. The Saturday detention ended and went on with their lives, but they have learned a lot in the short time they have spent together. This is a really good movie for your friends’ night or when you’re trying to reflect about yourself.

Inside Out (2015)

This movie is all about getting control and directing yourself to better and more positive opportunities simply by being yourself and holding on to the kindness inside yourself. A perfect flick for the whole family, this animated movie will surely bring you tears and laughter on your movie night.

Movies Car Enthusiasts Will Love

Top Movies Car Enthusiasts Will Love

Cars have played an integral part in a lot of movies. In fact, they have shared the limelight with a lot of movie stars. The Fast and Furious franchise has proven this popularity. Because we know that movie buffs who are also car lovers exist, we made a list of Cold Air Intakes and must-see movies that will get their engines accelerating.

Days of Thunder (1990)

Producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson, director Tony Scott and superstars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman teamed up for this stock-car racing. Cole Trickle (Cruise) is a stock-car driver who has a great racing talent but doesn’t know how to channel such potential to success. Under the guidance of a veteran stock-car racer, Harry Hogge (Robert Duval), Cole pursuits his dream of beating Rus Wheeler (Cary Elwes), who want to defeat and disable him permanently.

Le Mans (1971)

This movie features a racecar champion participating in the hoariest endurance race, the Le Mans race. The film used the actual race track in Le Mans, France with the participation of actual race cars and actual racers. Le Mans depicts the superb capabilities of a Ford GT40, a Porsche 917 and a Ferrari 512.

Ronin (1998)

Directed by the legendary John Frankenheimer, this action film is studded with cars and bullets. It features an adventure of friendship, love, and betrayal. Robert DeNiro and Jean Reno embarked on a mission of recovering a briefcase while staying alive. Ronin shows the powerful performances of an Audi S8, a Mercedes Benz 450 SEL, BMW 535i and Peugeot 406.

Death Proof (2007)

With a combination of horror, action, comedy, and revenge, director Quintin Tarantino takes viewers to a pedal-to-metal experience. A car-revving psychopath, played by Kurt Russel, kills young women through car accidents using a partially modified vintage automobile designed to withstand strong collisions. Death Proof gives an overall adrenaline rush to the viewers.

The Transporter Franchise (2002-2008)

This movie is a treat for all German sedans fanatics. The first installment of the movie features a BMW 735iL used by a Frank Martin (Jason Statham) in his transporting duties. The second series and onwards, Marin uses Audi A8 as he delivers the “package” and evades bad guys and police.

Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)

A remake of the 1974 film of the same title, Gone in 60 Seconds is about a car thief with 50 cars to rob in one night. Randall “Memphis” Raines’ (Nicolas Cage) retirement is interrupted when he has to rescue his brother by stealing luxury cars including 1999 Aston Martin DB7, 2000 Volvo V70R, Lamborghinis and the prized 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500.

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)

With Talladega Nights, Ricky Bobby (Will Ferrer) gives us a comedy mixed in a racing movie genre. When French Formula One racer Jean Girard (Sacha Baron Cohen) broke in Bobby’s winning-streaks, it seemed the end for his career. Fortunately, his former-racer father (Gary Cole) helped him get back on his feet. With his father’s guidance, Ricky might be ready to be on track again.

Vanishing Point (1971)

This movie takes its audience to an adrenaline-rush action. Kowalski (Barry Newman) is on a bet-winning race while being chased with a police officer from Denver to San Francisco. With enough engine revving and car crashes, this movie is truly a surreal gem to all car lovers of any age.

Need for Speed (2014)

Featuring a modern Shelby GT500, Need for Speed marks an authenticity in car racing movies as it features real car action sequences and crashes. Refusing to use CGI, the movie delivers a raw and authentic action that will fuel moviegoers with excitement.

Furious 7 (2015)

With the movie’s stunts, real car crashes and driving, any audience, regardless if they are car enthusiasts or not, would truly agree that the Furious 7 has perfected the formula for an ideal car movie. This movie franchise built on speed displays some of the most beautiful cars imaginable including a Lykan HyperSport, a 2014 Maserati Ghibli, a Bugatti Veyron and classic cars such as Chargers, Plymouth, and Aston Martin among others. Watching this will truly give you a rush of blood.

Surely, with this list, car pundits will get excited and might even consider installing cold air intakes for superb car performance. So, which car movie are you dying to watch?